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Dolphins Capable of Having "Frenemies" study finds

Funny story: Dolphins Capable of Having "Frenemies" study finds

Jim Vogal, a marine biologist with who specializes in the study of aquatic mammals has published a shocking discovery. Dolphins, long known for their intelligence and libertine tendencies toward sexual matters are even more complex than once believed...

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Al Qaeda attempt to claim responsibility for introducing invasive crayfish into British waters

Funny story: Al Qaeda attempt to claim responsibility for introducing invasive crayfish into British waters

Scratchy video footage released on jihadist internet forums last night appears to show an Al Qaeda spokesman attempting to claim responsibility for the devastating invasion of foreign crayfish on British waters. The signal crayfish was thought to...

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Beached Sea Bream Stuns Marine Biologists By Holding Its Breath For 12 Hours

Funny story: Beached Sea Bream Stuns Marine Biologists By Holding Its Breath For 12 Hours

A North Sea sea bream left residents of Fallshore flabbergasted yesterday as it beached itself and then held its breath for 12 whole hours while it waited for the tide to come back in. The sea bream, whose name is Jerry, stubbornly refused to acce...

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Bin Laden Still Causing Terror From Beyond The Grave

Funny story: Bin Laden Still Causing Terror From Beyond The Grave

Marine biologists have expressed deep concern over terror chief Osama Bin Laden being buried at sea. The body of the Al Qaeda leader was dumped in the Arabian Sea last week, after he was shot in the head by the A-Team. But since the burial, mem...

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Hagfish Mucus: The Ocean's Aphrodisiac?

Marine biologists of the prestigious Floridian University of Carlyle Kursk released a statement today regarding one of the ocean's least appreciated creatures, the hagfish. The small, all but blind, lock jawed, eel-like monstrosity was, up to this po...

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Turtles are excellent indicators of the effects of financial climate change

Funny story: Turtles are excellent indicators of the effects of financial climate change

The fact that marine turtles are emerging healthy and buying stock is an excellent indicator of how the effects of the credit and subprime mortgage crises might ultimately effect people, especially those living in the coastline tourist and travel des...

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Study: Number One Reason to Become a Marine Biologist? The Octopussy

Funny story: Study: Number One Reason to Become a Marine Biologist? The Octopussy

Wild octopuses are far from being the melancholic and forlorn losers of their captive brethren. At Berkeley, a team of sexually deprived marine biologists were assembled and sent to the coast of Indonesia to party with the octopuses, and study their...

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National Park Service Rewrites Statue of Liberty Plaque

"Give me your strong, your rich, your workers yearning to breathe capitalism. Send no homeless, impoverished, or those seeking refuge from MS-13 to me. I want no trash to tarnish our golden door."
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